Well, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, some kind of slushy snow has landed. The quilt for a grand daughter hangs on a design wall in the kitchen waiting for me to stay home and design it. My sewing room is absolutely clean, why not, as I have not been in there at all! I pass through it on the way to ladies room but don't put the light on because I don't want to see the mouse traps with anything dead, dead or dead again in them!
My husband and I went to NYC to see the lights and the windows on 5th Avenue. A must at the holidays. They were worth the walk in the dreary, cold rain but the bright side to that is no people braving the elements with you. We did go to the theatre and saw a terrible play about Peter Pan and I don't have a clue what it was about as they all seem to mumble. I laughed along with the crowd with a confused smile all night! Many bags of Hersheys candy later, we appreciated the fact that all our family was great and OK. We must all embrace everyday and all, around us, always as recent events in Connecticut make us believe that everyday is precious.
Back to wrapping, what am I saying, start to wrap, must make cookies and decorate, must buy more and support the economy everywhere and must listen and sing holiday carols!